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Black Match


  1. 1.
    Won't Let Go
  2. 2.
    Same Old Things
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  4. 4.
    Cover Your Eyes
  5. 5.
    Poison & Wine
At one point during a long sweaty day at the See Canyon Fruit Ranch, Hannah put the chickens away, picked up a frail six-string, and wrote a ballad for an old 2000’s lover.
As the sun began to sink beneath the high trees of the canyon, the ballad became well-rounded and full of harmonic mystery, simple at the start and then brooding into a concrete field of forbidden emotion. At the sound of this, wolves in the canyon began to howl, birds of the trees inched closer together, and the rabbits of the land wept before sleeping more soundly than they had in years.
Hannah decided to call on her lifelong acquaintance, Ian. Ian was a classical musician, singer, and local body builder, known to serenade woman throughout town into a deep state of both emotional longing and intense sexual desire. When approached by Hannah, he was initially unsure about a project that included vulnerability, an aspect of humanity he had yet to delve into. “Will there be dancing?” He whispered quietly. ”Nay,” she replied, “only feelings.”
Black Match’s music has many reviews. Hannah’s mom’s church bingo group has given strong approval, and Ian’s little cousin vocally reviewed the music last thanksgiving with, “This shit is fire.” Outside the family, the upbeat wonder titled “Same Old Things” was referred to by Kanye West as “by far the best song I have ever heard.” The upcoming release “Nowhere” is the first collection of sounds to cause a man to achieve multiple orgasms.


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